25° in Africa is part of Media in Africa’s range of independent, unbiased magazines.
Published bi-monthly in print format and digitally via the Internet with an international readership, 25° covers the whole gamut of energy sources and provides meaningful, educational and technical reporting on the major energy issues of the day throughout the African continent, with interviews and reports from international experts, governmental policy statements, statistical analyses, and the views of decision makers – all forming part of our balanced independent editorial programmes.
25° in Africa contains reports on important trends and developments in:
Coal is very high in carbon content; this means that if we continue using this resource the way we do now, our problem with climate change will continue to escalate. Leading academics from the Massachusetts Institute of technology (MIT) have issued a report called “The future of coal- options for a carbon constrained world”, which focuses on how the world can use coal in a way that alleviates, instead of worsening the global warming crisis.